Peacock

Discussion in 'AnyStream' started by Wheatley, Sep 2, 2022.

  1. Wheatley

    Wheatley Well-Known Member

    I hope they support Peacock soon. They have a special on now for a $1.99 a month for a year. https://www.peacocktv.com/september2022offer When do you think Peacock support will start? If you need someone to test it for you I would be happy to test it! :whistle:(y)
     
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  2. MuttJunior

    MuttJunior Well-Known Member

    If you pay for an entire year, you save even more. Instead of $23.88 over a year paying monthly, it's only $19.99.

    Even if AS is slow implementing Peacock, it's still a damn good deal!
     
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  3. RedFox 1

    RedFox 1 Super Moderator

    I have been a subscriber for awhile so I am not eligible for that saving, I do believe it's only for new customers.
     
  4. RedFox 1

    RedFox 1 Super Moderator

    2022-09-02_08-19-46.jpg There are also many other sales that I would pick up on right now. Especially this one. Paramount+ and Showtime for only 3 bucks more a month, offer only good until the beginning of October. Yes all the Showtime shows will work with the Paramount+ app on AS for 3 dollars more a month to Paramount Plus. I am enjoying Showtime as we speak on AS.
     
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  5. RedFox 1

    RedFox 1 Super Moderator

    It will be here as soon as we are sure it has been tested and is suitable for our customer base. The developers are doing their best.
     
  6. MuttJunior

    MuttJunior Well-Known Member

    Unfortunately, I'm not eligible for this deal. Found this on my prifile page at P+:

     
  7. bjjones

    bjjones Well-Known Member

    best offer on HMax in a while if you do the annual @ 41% off, No ads works best
     

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  8. Jimc115

    Jimc115 Well-Known Member

    When does your T-Mobile Subscription end? Some companies it's perpetual as long as you are on their service....others only offered one year. If you only have one or two months to go, still might
    be worth subscribing.
     
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  9. BoomKapoow

    BoomKapoow Well-Known Member

    I signed up for a deal here in sweden they had for "50% off lifetime" no ads and sums up at 4$ monthly, good deal but probably just to reel in new customers since changes are on the horizon.. when something feels to good to be true it usually is :p
     
  10. RedFox 1

    RedFox 1 Super Moderator

    I just picked up a yearly HBO subscription, you have to go for it when you can save 40%
     
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  11. Justin Fowles

    Justin Fowles Well-Known Member

    Where from mate I am interested in a years hbo subscription looking to get a a discount
     
  12. bjjones

    bjjones Well-Known Member

    Glad I had something to contribute, I did the same
     
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  13. Heracles

    Heracles Active Member

    Thanks for the heads up on this!

    Just signed up for the $19.99 for a year plan. :dance:

    During Amazon Prime Month, I signed up for about 6 movies channels for $1.99/2 months & they are ending ~! 9/15..

    Anyway it's important to note.
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    Peacock Plus

    "Now’s your chance to get all your favorites, all in one place, at one low monthly price. Up to 12 months, then $4.99/month. Offer ends 9/30, subject to early termination." - Peacock Plus

    I wouldn't wait if I was ya'll, since It's subject to "early termination".

    I've seen some offers that say "early termination" end after a couple of weeks if they get a huge response.

    ⬆️


    Mike
     
  14. Heracles

    Heracles Active Member

    Hi RedFox,

    You could probably sign up with an alternate email to get the deal & cancel your current monthly subscription for Peacock+.

    Mike
     
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  15. The House

    The House Active Member

    Was looking into the Peacock+ subscription, and there is only a discount for the commercial version not the add free version (which is a LOT more expensive).

    Will that make any difference to Anystream (on this service when it becomes available or any other)? I mean will it download commercials or edit that part out.

    Just want to know if it is it is worth it for the add free version.
     
  16. RedFox 1

    RedFox 1 Super Moderator

    I always got the ad-free version, it just seems to work better, but it's up to you, AnyStream strips 99% of the ads that are not burned in.
     
  17. Kell Prime

    Kell Prime Member

    My curiosity is that the ad supported premium plan that’s on sale doesn’t allow downloading to your device. I’m hoping that won’t affect things. Since peacock didn’t offer a sale price on the premium with downloads.
     
  18. MuttJunior

    MuttJunior Well-Known Member

    I'm sure that when Peacock is supported in AS, it will remove commercials. It does when downloading from Freevee (f/k/a IMDb TV) ad Hulu (I have the ad-supported subscription).
     
  19. RedFox 1

    RedFox 1 Super Moderator

    There are a few reasons to always get the ad-free subscriptions but see how you make out with Peacock, you can always upgrade. HBO is problematic with ad free.
     
  20. MCalca1706

    MCalca1706 Well-Known Member

    I have been and Ad Free subscriber to Peacock for a while now and really like it. I really hope it is added soon.